Feb 28, 2015

Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won (3 CD Box Set, 2003)

Editorial Reviews Product Description
The West was Los Angeles and Long Beach, where Led Zep performed two legendary shows in June 1972, which have been seamlessly edited together to form one incredible live album. Probably the highlight is the monstrous, 25-minute version of Dazed and Confused , but the 23-minute medley based on Rock and Roll comes close. Great performances, great price!

For a band with such an overarching legacy, the official record of Led Zeppelin's legendary and unpredictable live act has heretofore been poorly represented by the disappointing, scattershot soundtrack to The Song Remains the Same. But this triple-disc live set (culled from 1972 Long Beach/LA shows in advance of Houses of the Holy) addresses history with a vengeance, if a few decades late. These shows have rightfully assumed cult status in the bootleg market, showcasing a band at the peak of its creative and performing powers. Zep faithful will welcome the belated release as evidence for enduring loyalty, but younger fans may find its diversity and dynamics even more enlightening--indeed, whole careers have since been built on the musical ideas Jimmy Page and company toss off here as decorative filler. Crucially rooted in the amped-and-hammered American blues of the guitarist's former band, the Yardbirds, the marathon workouts of "Dazed and Confused" and "Whole Lotta Love" (which consume nearly an hour all by themselves) somehow encompass Ricky Nelson, Morocco, James Brown, Holst, Elvis Presley, and Muddy Waters amidst their trademark sturm und drang, while the acoustic set that closes out disc one showcases the band's and particularly Robert Plant's good-natured, crypto-Celtic folk appeal with energetic aplomb. Bigger and brasher than just about any rock act that followed in its historic wake, yet ever fan-loyal to its myriad influences, Led Zeppelin's live juggernaut finally gets the monument it deserves. --Jerry McCulley
Disc 1:
1. LA Drone
2. Immigrant Song
3. Heartbreaker
4. Black Dog
5. Over The Hills And Far Away
6. Since I've Been Loving You
7. Stairway To Heaven
8. Going To California
9. That's The Way
10. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp

Disc 2:
1. Dazed And Confused
2. What Is And What Should Never Be
3. Dancing Days
4. Moby Dick

Disc 3:
1. Whole Lotta Love
2. Rock And Roll
3. The Ocean
4. Bring It On Home   

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Bread - Lost Without Your Love (1977)

Review by Jim Esch
This was the end of the line for Bread. David Gates reunited one last time with James Griffin after a four-year hiatus spawned by a power dispute between the two lead songwriters. The band returned to form pretty well intact, with the Gates power ballad "Lost Without Your Love" cracking the Top Ten. It would be their last hit single. By 1977, the Bread formula was starting to sound dated, but despite the unevenness, completists and heartier Bread fans should seek and find this record. There's plenty of filler, but a couple of the Gates ballads stand out: "Hooked on You" and "Belonging" are trademark honey sweet singer/songwriter pop. James Griffin co-wrote three cuts with original Bread member Robb Royer, and their work, like "She's the Only One," has a somewhat grittier country rock feel that is lacking in the more pop-centric work of Gates. "Hold Tight" is the album's only true embarrassment an abortive attempt at disco-rock. Casual listeners can safely stick with the best-of collections (especially Rhino's Bread retrospective, on which Lost Without Your Love is adequately represented).
1. Hooked On You
2. She's The Only One
3. Lost Without Your Love
4. Change Of Heart
5. Belonging
6. Fly Away
7. Lay Your Money Down
8. The Chosen One
9. Today's The First Day
10. Hold Tight

11. Our Lady Of Sorrow

The Band:
David Gates - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
James Griffin - vocals, guitar, keyboards
Larry Knechtel - keyboards, bass, guitar
Mike Botts - drums

 Rip by jingara

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Feb 27, 2015

Vigrass & Osborne - Queues (1972)

(Edit April 27, 2015 - New XLD Flac rip + Full Scans)
Info on Vigrass & Osborne was pretty hard to find. I found this bio at: www.thenotebookof.blogspot.com

"Forgotten pop: Vigrass and Osborne (1972 - 74)
Here you'll find all I have been able to assemble about Vigrass and Osborne: the British duo of Paul Vigrass and Gary Osborne. They had a brief recording history in the early 1970s which resulted in a handful of sparkling pop singles that were criminally ignored in most territories around the world.
Depending on territory, the records were released on labels such as Uni (in USA), MCA (NZ, Brazil), Epic or JCM. 
The known singles were:
Men Of Learning/Forever Autumn (1972)
    Virginia/Ballerina (1972) - audio of Virginia now available on Youtube
    Mr Deadline/Remember Pearl Harbour* (1972) - audio of Mr Deadline now available on Youtube (unfortunately missing some of intro and a few bars in the middle)
    Gypsy Woman/I've Seen Her Shining, 1974.
The albums:
Queues (1972): Forever Autumn, Ballerina, and probably Men Of Learning/Don't You Worry/Ballerina/Mississippi Lullaby/Virginia//Sail Away/Forever Autumn/An Invitation/Remember/The End.
Steppin' Out (1974): Gypsy Woman/Daily Express/Engine Driver/Summer Passed You By/Haystacks/Sunshine Cake/Wild And Windy Sea/Steppin' Out/Sit Yourself Down/Hey Brother-Heyla
Their producer, Jeff Wayne, was a writer and producer of commercial jingles - he undoubtedly brought that sensibility to the table, as well as playing organ and co-writing some of the songs.  Musicians I recognise on the albums include guitarists Chris Spedding and Caleb Quaye, and Ray Cooper (percussion); the latter two frequently worked with Elton John.
Wayne, of course, later produced the highly successful War Of The Worlds album in 1978. To that project, he took with him Gary Osborne to write lyrics to some of the songs - and he uplifted a Vigrass And Osborne tune - Forever Autumn, which became the biggest seller and signature tune from War Of The Worlds. The original - less wistful and at a brighter tempo - had been the b-side to V&O's first single, and you can listen to the original here. I post the link with some hesitation, as the song by no means does them sufficient justice, and pales against the better production values of the later, better-remembered version.
According to this site, they were also both in a band called Casablanca (as was Bias Boshell, writer of I've Got The Music In Me) for one eponymous 1974 album.
Prior to V&O, Paul Vigrass had a few solo releases in the late 1960s (including Free Lorry Ride and A New Man), then briefly replaced Tony Burrows as lead singer of the studio band Edison Lighthouse. But I have found no record of him past 1974.  There's one audio of his on Youtube - Suzie - very much in the Burrows/Lighthouse style.
Gary Osborne leaves a number of traces, though - as a lyricist. He apparently wrote English lyrics for the Veronique Sanson song Amoureuse, recorded by Kiki Dee in 1974 (a year after the original). But his best residual income would be from the War Of The Worlds album, possibly also for his lyrics for Elton John on three albums in the mid-1980s; the hits were Part Time Love, Little Jeannie, and Blue Eyes. He's been active as lyricist as recently as 2006.
I write this because Vigrass And Osborne have nigh-on disappeared from the tribal consciousness, which is quite the opposite of the fate they merit. I best know them for their highlight: Mr Deadline, a wonderful piece of pop which thoroughly deserves to be remembered. Interestingly, it shared a vocal line with Sweet's Blockbuster. My memory tells me I heard Deadline first and thought Blockbuster was the ripoff; however the records show the latter was released a couple of weeks earlier in my territory (and no comparisons available elsewhere), so the situation is unresolved. However, never put it beyond messrs Chinn and Chapman (Sweet, Quatro, Mud, Smokie, etc etc) to steal anything not nailed down. [listen to the falsetto 'ah-aaaah' at the very end of Deadline, and at the beginning of Blockbuster - they're identical.]
The only charting info I have (to my knowledge, all based on record sales):
    Men Of Learning: US (Billboard) #65; Boston (WRKO) #20; Australia #84; New Zealand #17; Wellington NZ (2ZM) #12
    Mr Deadline: Wellington #16
Some additional information available at Gary Osborne's Wikipedia entry. A blog entry for The Great Big Radio provided some information found nowhere else, as well as the above picture cover, and more accolades.
Other discussions of early 1970s pop music: songwriters (and occasional singers) Ellie Greenwich, Roger Cook, and the strange trend of recycling classical music.

*Note that Pearl Harbour is nothing to do with war, but like Virginia relates the tale of an eponymous woman."

Release Date: November 5, 2013 Label: Universal Japan Format: CD Catalog #0578864 Reissue. Comes with two bonus tracks. Uses 2013 remaster based on the UK analog tape (subject to change). The cardboard sleeve faithfully replicates the UK first pressing LP (gatefold), including an insert. Contains an obi replicating the Japanese first pressing edition. Includes a description and lyrics. Features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD player).



Paul Vigrass - vocals, lyrics
    Gary Osborne - vocals, lyrics
    Jeff Wayne - composer, arranger, Moog, producer
    Chris Spedding - guitar
    Caleb Quaye - guitar
    Clive Hicks - guitar
    Martin Kershaw - guitar
    Pete Morgan - bass guitar
    Barry Morgan - drums
    Ray Cooper - percussion
    Terry Emery - percussion
    Alan Graham - percussion
    Alan Hawkshaw - keyboards
    Barry St. John - backing vocals
    Doris Troy - backing vocals
    Liza Strike - backing vocals
    Jimmy Thomas - backing vocals
    Rob Freeman - backing vocals
    Judith Powell - backing vocals
    Harry Vokales - backing vocals
    Roger Holland - executive producer
    Mike Dufficy - executive producer
    Martin Rushent - engineer, mixing
    Gary Martin - engineer, mixing
    Eddie Offord - engineer

    XLD | Flac+Cue+Log | Full Scans 600DPI | 367mb
Apple Lossless | Covers |  340mb


Feb 25, 2015

Procol Harum - The Prodigal Stranger (1991) [Re-post by request]

1991's "The Prodigal Stranger" marked the most-welcome return of Procol Harum, 14 years after their last album, 1977's "Something Magic." Back in the band are veteran members Gary Brooker on piano & vocals, Matthew Fisher on organ, Robin Trower on guitar, & lyricist Keith Reid. "The Prodigal Stranger" is a magnificent album, the band sounding so re-vitalized on these masterful, melodic songs...

1. The Truth Won't Fade Away
2. Holding On
3. Man With A Mission
4. (You Can't) Turn Back The Page
5. One More Time
6. A Dream In Ev'ry Home
7. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
8. The King Of Hearts
9. All Our Dreams Are Sold
10. Perpetual Motion
11. Learn To Fly
12. The Pursuit Of Happiness

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Feb 23, 2015

Gipsy Love - Gipsy Love (1971)

Gipsy Love were an Austrian Anglo-American hard rock band. Their debut LP had some progressive sections and Teutonic touchs recalling the likes of Epitaph, Birth Control, et al.
Bassist Kurt Hauenstein went on to find fame with disco band Supermax in the mid 70.
1. Just A Little Love
2. There Is Something In Your Mind
3. Every Time I See Your Smile
4. I Observed So Many Changes
5. Let Me Come Over
6. Don’t Be Surprised
7. She Smiles
8. In Search
9. What’s It All About
George Doggette - vocals
Kurt Hauenstein - bass, piano, vocals
Charly Ratzer - guitar, vocals
Jano Stojka - drums, percussion
Richard Schoenherz - keyboards, vocals
Peter Wolf - Fender-piano, organ, vibes

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Quiver ‎- Gone In The Morning (1972) [Re-post by request]


1. Dorset
2. I Know You So Well
3. Green Tree
4. Love, No Boundaries
5. I Might Stumble
6. Gone In The Morning
7. Fung-Kee Laundry
8. She's A Lady
9. Don't Let Go

Tim Renwick - guitars, banjo, recorders, vocals
Cal Batchelor - guitars, keyboards, vocals
Bruce Thomas - bass, harmonica
Willie Wilson - drums, chimes, percussion

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Feb 20, 2015

If - Double Diamond (1973, vinyl rip) [Re-post by request]

If was Great Britain's contribution to the jazz-rock movement begun and popularized in the late '60s/early '70s by Blood, Sweat & Tears and Chicago. Formed in 1969 by Melody Maker jazz poll winners Dave Quincy, Dick Morrissey, and Terry Smith, the band never found popular success in the United States. However, If produced several albums noteworthy for placing jazz players in a pop/rock band context and producing a true fusion of the two genres without diluting the players' improvisational skills. Unlike most of their horn-band contemporaries, If had no brass players in the band, relying solely on the saxophones of Dick Morrissey and the flute and saxophones of Dave Quincy. But what really gave If its unique sound were the vocals of J.W. Hodgkinson and the guitar of Terry Smith. Hodgkinson's vocal timbre was unusual -- smooth, flexible, and strong in the high end, sounding like no other vocalist. Smith's trebly guitar sound was also unique, combining a rocker's use of sustain with the jazz fluency of Wes Montgomery and Django Reinhardt. The original incarnation of If produced five excellent albums between 1970 and 1972, but these albums failed to find an audience. Morrissey soldiered on with the If name for two more albums with a totally different lineup and a more generic rock-type sound, but these, too, went nowhere. Drummer Dennis Elliott was later a member of the platinum-selling rock band Foreigner.
1. Play, Play, Play
2. Pebbles On The Beach
3. Pick Me Up (And Put Me Back On The Road)
4. Another Time Around (Is Not For Me)
5. Groupie Blue (Everyday She's Got The Blues)
6. Fly, Fly, The Route Shoot
7. Feel Thing (part 1)
8. Feel Thing (part 2)
9. Feel Thing (part 3)
Kurt Palomacki - bass
Cliff Davies - drums, percussion
Dick Morrissey - flute, saxophone [tenor, soprano], vocal
Steve Rosenthal - guitar, vocals
Fi Trench - piano
Pete Arnesen - piano, organ, synthesizer

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Feb 19, 2015

Józef Skrzek [Poland] - Pamiętnik Karoliny (1978)


1. Narodziny
2. Zabawki
3. Szkoła
4. Przyjaźń
5. Miłość
6. Przygoda
7. Koncert
8. Szczęście
9. Świat
10. Karolina
Nagrania dodatkowe:
11. Szczęśliwi z miasta N
12. Zatoka nadziei
13. Etiuda rodzinna
14. Słodkie oczekiwanie
15. Owoc miłości
16. Przejście przez czas
17. Andantino x107

Józef Skrzek:
music and arrangement, electric piano, mellotron,
poly-moog, mini-moog, micro-moog, sonic six-moog,
organ, guitar, harmonica, percussion, vocals

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Feb 16, 2015

Ekseption - With A Smile (Compilation 2000)

1. Virginal
2. My Son
3. Body Party
4. Monolope
5. For Example
6. The Peruvian Flute
7. Lonely Chase
8. Piece For Symphonic And Rock Group in a-minor
Part 1: Passacaglia
Part 2: Painting

9. Morning Rose
10. Midbar Session
11. Pie
12. Monkey Dance
13. Choral
14. Little x Plus
15. Smile

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The Company Of Snakes - Burst The Bubble (2002) [Re-post by request]

Bassist Neil Murray and guitarists Mick Moody and Bernie Marsden were all members of the inaugural lineup of Whitesnake from 1978 to 1982, up through the Saints & Sinners album. By mid-decade all three had departed and moved on to other projects; Moody and Marsden later reconvened as the blues-rock Moody & Marsden Band, and all three reunited in 1999 as part of Company of Snakes. Drummer John Lingwood, keyboardist Don Airey, and vocalist Stefan Bergren completed the lineup, which devoted itself to a mix of early Whitesnake songs and new material. After extensive touring, the live album Here They Go Again was issued in early 2001.
1. Ayresome Park
2. Labour Of Love
3. Ride, Ride, Ride / Run, Run, Run
4. Burst The Bubble
5. Sacrificial Feelings
6. What Love Can Do
7. Little Miss Happiness
8. Hurricane
9. Kinda Wish You Would
10. Days To Remember
11. Back To The Blues
12. All Dressed Up
13. Can't Go Back
14. She
15. Ayresome Park (reprise)

Stefan Berggren - vocals
Micky Moody - guitars
Bernie Marsden - guitars
Neil Murray - bass
John Lingwood - drums

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Feb 15, 2015

The Snakes - Once Bitten... (1998) [Re-post by request]

The Snakes were a British-Norwegian hard rock band, formed by former Whitesnake members Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, and Cozy Powell and former Vagabond singer Jørn Lande in 1997. Eventually the line-up consisted of guitarists Marsden and Moody with Norwegian vocalist , bassist Sid Ringsby, who later joined the Norwegian band TNT, and drummer Willy Bendiksen. The band released two albums and broke up after the second album, in 1999.
1. Labour Of Love
2. Can't Go Back
3. What Love Can Do
4. Real Faith
5. The Dancer (The Liar)
6. Gonna Find The Sun
7. Little Miss Happiness
8. Bring Yo' Good Self Home
9. Showdown
10. Sacrificial Feelings
11. Tough Love
Bonus tracks:
12. All Dressed Up
13. September Tears

The Band:
Jørn Lande - vocals
Micky Moody - guitar
Bernie Marsden - guitar
Sid Ringsby - bass
Willy Bendiksen - drums

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Feb 13, 2015

The Bunch - Rock On (1972, Reissue 2003)

Review by J.P. Ollio:
The Bunch was a loosely knit group of English folk-rock veterans who recorded this disappointing set of oldies covers. The Bunch exhibits no shortage of enthusiasm for their renditions of Berry, Presley, Lewis, and Holly hits. However, the record suffers from both sloppy playing and obvious song selections. Not surprisingly, the album's high points are the two most obscure songs: Dion's "My Girl the Month of May" (sung by Richard Thompson), and Sandy Denny's heartfelt reading of Buddy Holly's "Learning the Game."
1. Crazy Arms
2. That'll Be The Day
3. Don't Be Cruel
4. The Loco-Motion
5. My Girl In The Month Of May
6. Love's Made A Fool Of You
7. Willie & The Hand Jive
8. Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
9. When Will I Be Loved
10. Nadine
11. Sweet Little Rock'n'Roller
12. Learning The Game
Bonus tracks:
13. Let There Be Drums
14. Twenty Flight Rock
15. High School Confidential
16. La Bamba

Gerry Conway - drums and percussion
Tony Cox - piano
Sandy Denny - vocals
Pat Donaldson - bass
Ashley Hutchings - vocals
Trevor Lucas - vocals, 12-string guitar
Dave Mattacks - drums and percussion
Linda Thompson - vocals
Richard Thompson - vocals, guitars
Ian Whiteman - piano
The Dundee Horns - brass

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Feb 11, 2015

The Zombies - Into The Afterlife (Compilation, 2007) [Re-post by request]


1. She's Not There (1969)
2. Hung Upside Down (2007)
3. Unhappy Girl (2007)
4. She Loves The Way They Love Her (2007)
5. Telescope (Mr. Galileo) (2007)
6. Walking In The Sun (orchestral mix, 2007)
7. Without Her (1969)
8. Twelve Twenty Nine (1969)
9. It Never Fails To Please Me (2007)
10. I Could Spend The Day (2007)
11. I Know She Will (orchestral mix , 2007)
12. Don't Try To Explain (1969)
13. World Of Glass (1969)
14. To Julia (For When She Smiles) (2007)
15. If It Don't Work Out (orchestral mix , 2007)
16. Never My Love (2002)
17. It's Not Easy (1969)
18. Telescope (Mr. Galileo) (2007)
19. Going To A Go Go (live, 2007)
20. Ma Non E Giusto (She's Not There) (italian version, 1969)


Feb 10, 2015

Storm [Sweden] - Storm At The Top (1975)

Famous poet Jacques Werup formed this progressive band in Malmo in 1973. His Swedish-language lyrics on Stormvarning have a socialist message with a poetic, yet violent, touch. The band strove to make the music radical, with most of the music written by Rolf Sersam. The standout cut, "Snart Bryter Stormen Ut", was written by Werup and guitarist Mulle Holmqvist, who really shines here. Ek and Karlberg were ten replaced by Lasse Berggrensson and Percy Malmqvist? who both had played with Holmqvist in 60's band The Troublemakers. Storm At The Top saw the entire band mooning on the back cover. It featiured English-language lyrics and less experimental, but still progressive, music. EMI in London wanted Storm to have a big tour in Great Britain? but bad wages made the band decline the offer. The third and final album was released in 1977 and featured a new rhythm section? consisting of former Lotus members Stefan Berggrensson and Hakan Nyberg. Casanova i Mjölby is an excellent Swedish-language concept album. It tells an anachronistic story about Italian legend Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798) coming to a small town in Sweden in 1977 to witness society in decay. Like its predecessors? the album was co-produced by the band and Gunnar Lindqvist (G.L. Unit). The vinyl is hopused ina great sleeve by painter Bo Hulten. Despite the album being the peak of Storm's career, the band quit soon after. Werup went on to release several solo albums, often collaborating with his former Storm colleagues.
Taken from Tobias Petterson's & Ulf Henningsson's "The Encyclopedia of Swedish Progressive Music 1967-1979"
1. Simply Funny Honey
2. Jane
3. Where Can I Go?
4. She Sleeps In The Grass
5. Cry
6. KIng Of Love
7. His Royal Highness
8. Quality Quality
9. Owned
10. Why Coming Together
11. I'm Not You
12. We're So Many

Lasse Berggrensson - vocals
Bengt "Mulle" Holmqvist - guitar
Jaques Werup - tenor saxophone
Rolf Sersam - keyboards
Percy Malmqvist - bass
Peter Winberg - drums & percussion

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Locomotiv GT - 3 CD / 5 albums [Re-post by request]

Locomotiv GT - Locomotiv GT (1971) / Mindíg Magasabbra (1975)


 Locomotiv GT - Ringasd el magad (1972) / Bummm! (1973)


 Locomotiv GT - V (1976)


Feb 7, 2015

Freedom - Freedom At Last (1969) / Through The Years (1971), 2 CD


Freedom At Last (1969):
1. Enchanted Wood
2. Deep Down In The Bottom
3. Have Love Will Travel
4. Cry Baby Cry
5. Time Of The Season
6. Hoo Doo Man
7. Built For Comfort
8. Fly
9. Never Loved A Girl
10. My Life
11. Can't Stay With Me
12. Dusty Track

Peter Dennis - bass guitar, keyboards, vocals
Bobby Harrison - drums, vocals
Steve Jolly - guitar
Roger Saunders - guitar, keyboards, vocals

Through The Years (1971):
1. Freestone
2. Through The Years
3. Get Yourself Together
4. London City
5. Thanks
6. Toe Grabber

Bobby Harrison - vocals, drums and percussion
Roger Saunders - vocals, guitars and piano
Peter Dennis - vocals, bass and Moog synthesiser

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Feb 6, 2015

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Stars & Stripes Forever (1974) [By request]


1. Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
2. Dirt Band Interview
3. Cosmic Cowboy (Part 1)
4. Aliminum Record Award / Jeff Hanna
5. Fish Song
6. Mr. Bojangles
7. Vassar Clements Interview
8. Listen To The Mockingbird
9. The Sheik Of Araby
10. Resign Yourself To Me
11. Dixie Hoedown
12. Cripple Creek
13. The Mountain Whippoorwill
14. Honky Tonkin'
15. House At Pooh Corner
16. Buy For Me The Rain
17. Oh Boy
18. Teardrops In My Eyes
19. Glocoat-Blues
20. Stars And Stripes Forever
21. Battle Of New Orleans
22. It Came From The 50's (Blast From The Past) / Jeff Hanna
23. My True Story
24. Diggy Liggy Lo

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Feb 4, 2015

Lindisfarne - Back And Fourth (1978)


1. Juke Box Gypsy
2. Warm Feeling
3. Woman

4.  Only Alone
5. Run For Home
6. Kings Cross Blues
7. Get Wise
8. You And Me
9. Marshall Riley's Army
10. Angels At Eleven
11. Make Me Want To Stay

Alan Hull - acoustic guitars, piano, vocals
Simon Cowe - electric & acoustic guitars, banjo, mandolin, vocals
Rod Clements - fretless bass, fiddle
Ray Laidlaw - drums, percussion
Ray Jackson - mandolin, harmonica, percussion, vocals

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Feb 2, 2015

Tages - Tages, 1964-68! (Compilation, released 1992)

Definitive double-album anthology, including all of their hit singles and many other tracks. "The One for You," "Crazy 'Bout My Baby, " "The Man You'll Be Looking For, " and "Miss McBaren, " especially, are accomplished mod rockers on par with some of the best material of the sort being produced in Britain in the mid-'60s.
1.  Sleep Little Girl
2.  I Should Be Glad
3.  Don't Turn Your Back
4.  Forget Him
5.  The One For You
6.  Bloodhound
7.  So Many Girls
8.  I'm Mad
9.  I'll Be Doggone
10.  In My Dreams
11.  Crazy 'Bout My Baby
12.  Leaving Here
13.  Guess Who
14.  Jealous Girl
15.  The Man You'll Be Looking For
16.  Miss McBaren
17.  Every Raindrop Means A Lot
18.  My Home Town
19.  I'm Going Out
20.  Sister's Got A Boy Friend
21.  Wanting
22.  She's Having A Baby Now
23.  Treat Her Like A Lady
24.  Have You Seen Your Brother Lately
25.  It's My Life
26.  Like A Woman
27.  Seeing With Love
28.  There's A Blind Man Playing Fiddle In The Street
29.  Fantasy Island
30.  I Read You Like an Open Book
31.  Halcyon Days
Bonus track:
32.  I Wake Up And Call

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Feb 1, 2015

The Hep Stars - We And Our Cadillac (1965, 2012)

1. Cadillac
2. Be My Baby
3. That's When Your Heartaches Begin
4. Send Me Some Lovin'
5. Young And Beautiful
6. Rockin' Love
7. No Response
8. I'll Never Quite Get Over You
9. Sweet Little Sixteen
10. Oh Carol
11. Then She (He) Kissed Me
12. Bald Headed Woman

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Also HEP STARS album